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5. Re: F-Bomb Feb 5, 2013, 12:53 Quboid
 
eRe4s3r wrote on Feb 5, 2013, 10:57:
That very evil expletive during celebration killed my kittens and ate my pancakes!

I demand instant reparation. In form of more pancakes and expletive swearing....

Absurd.

It ate your pancakes?! Fuck me, any shit head who swears should be strung up by their bollocks!
 
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4. Re: F-Bomb Feb 5, 2013, 10:57 eRe4s3r
 
That very evil expletive during celebration killed my kittens and ate my pancakes!

I demand instant reparation. In form of more pancakes and expletive swearing....

Absurd.
 
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3. F-Bomb Feb 5, 2013, 09:28 Quboid
 
I heard that F-bomb during the Super Bowl. Naturally, I was shocked and appalled.

I wonder what these precious pricks would make of a typical football match in Britain. It amuses me when 40,000 people break into a somewhat sweary song (which happens several times every match) and you can detect some sound engineer trying to make subtle adjustments to muffle the swears but no one really gives a shit.

If a swearword is clearly picked up and broadcast, the commentator or studio presenter will give a quick apology and that's the end of it. The Superb Owl F-Bomb probably wouldn't even have got a quick apology.

The only exception is when a player deliberately swears into a microphone, which happened twice in recent years that I've seen: Didier Drogba after disgraceful refereeing and Wayne Rooney after scoring a goal (and possibly being startled by his own reflection in the camera). These players got a relatively small fine and banned for a couple of matches and then we all moved on, the fabric of society unharmed.
 
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2. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Feb 4, 2013, 22:09 jdreyer
 
Fox News Host’s Guns Vs. Video Games Argument Doesn’t Make Sense

And in other news, a cloudless sky is blue.
 
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1. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Feb 4, 2013, 22:07 jdreyer
 
No cutting in line for Apple. From the article:

Apple wanted to ensure they couldn't be sold in the US at all, but the company was denied that request because the court felt Apple hadn't proven Samsung's infringement caused "irreparable harm."

Being the most profitable company in America will do that for you.
 
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